State tracts: containing many necessary observations and reflections on the state of our affairs at home and abroad; with some secret memoirs. By the author of The examiner. ..., Volume 1
printed, and sold for the benefit of author by George Sawbridge; Robert Knaplock and Henry Clements; A. Bettesworth and John Baker; William Mears and Jonas Browne; John Richardson; Will. Lewis; Sam. Chapman; J. Graves, 1715 - History - 383 pages
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